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Raijintek Showcases Their Orcus AIO at Computex 2017

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Raijintek took to the stage to showcase, among other products, their Orcus AIO. Water cooling is all the rage these days, and the company is hoping this 240 mm unit will be the one to sway you to their camp. A rotating blade is included in the design, which rotates according to the waterflow of the system. LED lighting pimps the reservoir, which they call "the heart" of the system, and Raijintek is also calling to your attention the "extremely polish surface of water block". The fans on the radiator also include LED lighting, and the pump makes use of both a graphite pipe and a ceramic axis. The fans can speed at up to 3800 RPM, give or take 10%.



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yeah yeah and yet it will be one amongsts hundreds of exactly the same watercoolers.
 
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3800 RPM fans

Water cooling with all the fun of 1999 fan noise
 
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What's that thing clamped over both hoses near the radiator? :confused:
 
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3800 RPM fans

Water cooling with all the fun of 1999 fan noise
as long as you have full control over them it doesnt matter what the 100% pwm speed is. :)

The lowest speed however does matter.. That is why i love my bequiet silent wings 3 "high speed" They might top out at 1600rpm - but they start at just 190rpm which is the lowest i have ever seen.

10% pwm = 190 rpm
30% pwm = 370 rpm
50 % pwm = 847 rpm
80% pwm = 1200 rpm
100% pwm = 1600 rpm
 
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yeah yeah and yet it will be one amongsts hundreds of exactly the same watercoolers.
TBF it's not an Asetek product, looks refillable

3800 RPM fans

Water cooling with all the fun of 1999 fan noise
I am pretty sure the placard is referring to the pump and OP got it wrong :)
 
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At least it can't be worse than the leaking Triton which they had previously..
 
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